1. Epilepsy: What Is It?

    Epilepsy indicates a group of neurological diseases characterized by episodes of vigorous shaking that may vary from nearly undetectable or short to extremely long duration. These episodes known as epileptic seizures may be so severe, resulting in physical injuries such as broken bones. Epileptic seizures occur due to excessive & abnormal nerve cell activity in the brain's cortex. Epileptic seizures tend to recur, and have may have no immediate underlying cause. Some isolated seizures, which are provoked by a specific cause such as poisoning or extremely high fever are not considered to represent epilepsy. In many regions of the world, including India, people with epilepsy experience stigma, and often remain untreated due to superstitious beliefs and practices. While the underlying cause of many cases of epilepsy remain unknown, it is well documented that people acquire or...
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  2. Resistance To Antibiotics Is Rising In India. Handle Antibiotics With Care

    Antibiotic Resistance occurs when bacteria change and become resistant to the antibiotics used to treat the infections they...
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  3. Pneumonia Isn't Just A Cold! Get The Facts....

    Common SymptomsCough Greenish, yellow or even bloody mucus is coughed up in some Pneumonia types Mild or High Fever Shaking chills Shortness of breath, which may only occur when you climb...
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  4. Immunisation Protects Your Child & Family! Get Up-to-Date On Vaccinations NOW!

    Netmeds Official BlogWhat is Immunisation? When a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, usually by giving a vaccine, they are protected from life threatening diseases. The process of making an individual or child resistant to a disease is known as Immunisation.Globally 1.87 Crores babies Are Prone To Life-Threatening Diseases As They...
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  5. Be Aware Of Breast Cancer! Netmeds Tells You More...

     Search Breast Cancer MedicinesIt's a Disease that occurs when cells in the breast...
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  6. Can Osteoporosis Occur In Younger Women?

    Osteoporosis is known as the "Silent Disease" as there are no symptoms. This disease makes your bones thin, brittle, and fragile. While loss of bone mass (density) is a natural part of aging, it's most common in women who have gone through menopause and also occurs in men. As osteoporosis progresses, it leads to broken bones in the hip, spine, and wrist, even vigorous coughing or sneezing can result in fractures. Treatment can slow bone loss and increase bone thickness.Osteoporosis or Osteopenia occurs when bone dissolves and is absorbed faster than new bone can be replaced, and bones become...
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  7. Are You Handling Your Heart With Care? Netmeds Heart Tips...

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  8. Psoriasis: Is It Contagious?

    Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition where the skin turns red, scaly and itchy. Although Psoriasis affects all age groups, it is mainly seen in adults, affecting men and women equally. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that may have genetic & environmental triggers. The patches of affected skin may cover small areas such as the knees, elbows, and scalp, palms, and soles of the feet or completely cover the body. Any skin injury may trigger psoriatic skin changes around the broken skin, known as the Koebner phenomenon. Psoriasis cannot be cured but symptoms can be controlled with the correct treatment. Most cases- around 75% are treated with topical (applied to the skin) creams...
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  9. Alzheimer's Disease Affects Younger People Too. Netmeds Tells You More...

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  10. CHOLESTEROL: Is It Good Or Bad?

    Cholesterol is a vital to our body's regular functioning. But when Cholesterol levels in the blood become too high, it puts us at risk of a heart attack due to lack of symptoms. Cholesterol is manufactured by the body and is found in every cell of the body. Our bodies also gain Cholesterol through food.Importance of Cholesterol: It has four important natural functions:Contributes to cell wall structureConstitutes the digestive bile acids in the intestineEnables the production of produce vitamin D in the...
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